Main Premier League PREMIER LEAGUELATEST SPORT NEWSFOOTBALL NEWSLATEST WORLD NEWS Man United fans predict Solskajer sack after release of Premier League fixtures 24 minutes ago 260 views by Akan Anwankwo – Man United fans feel Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be sacked following the release of Premier League fixtures – The Red Devils supporters believe the Norwegian could be axed in December – United relieved Jose Mourinho of his duties during the same period last season Manchester United fans believe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be sacked before Christmas if he fails to perform just like Jose Mourinho. The Premier League fixtures of the 2019-20 season was released with United facing a tough test at home to Chelsea in their first game of the campaign. However the run up of matches into the New Year that have brought huge concern for the Old Trafford faithfuls.The Red Devils will head into December with a stern test against Tottenham and four days later face noisy neighbours Manchester City. Then the Norwegian boss will be assessed during the nearly two-week international break by Man United chiefs. After the break, they will square up with Everton, Watford, Newcastle, Burnley and then Arsenal on New Year’s Day. Mourinho was sacked on December 19 after slumping to sixth place on the log, following a 3-1 loss to Liverpool at Anfield. And fans think Solskjaer’s time at Old Trafford will end in a similar fate to Mourinho. One bluntly said: “Solskjaer getting sacked in November.” Another added: “Mark my words after seeing that fixture list & Ed Woodward continuing to play Football Manager with our recruitment of transfers & players. Solskjaer will be sacked before Christmas.” A third continued: “I can see Solskjaer getting fired by October.” And another predicted: “At least we can pinpoint the date Ole will get sacked, after a disastrous 2-0 defeat at Norwich on October 26.” If Solskjaer remains manager by the end of the campaign, he will have a favourable run-in to conclude the season. Their last eight matches include Sheffield United, Brighton, Bournemouth, Villa, Southampton, Palace, West Ham and Leicester.